Sunday, 30 October 2011

Red and Pink for Christmas

Red is a traditional Christmas colour - but pink?   This week's Just Add Ink colour challenge JAI91 was Cherry Cobbler, Blushing Bride, and a neutral.  A few of the designers on the site chose to do Christmas cards in this colour scheme, and so did I.
I also took some inspiration from a sketch at Clean and Simple #64, as well as Less is More, where the theme is "Stars".


10 comments:

  1. Great card Michelle, the pink works well!
    I'm so glad you joined our challenge this week.
    Thanks so much.... and see you next time.
    Chrissie
    "Less is More"

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  2. I love your subtle tone-on-tone starry backgrounds Michelle and that glittery trim stocking is fab!

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  3. Aw that's adorable and the pink works just fine:)
    Anne
    x

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  4. Fabulous use of this weeks Just Add Ink challenge Michelle, love the CAS lines of this card and the subtle background stamping.

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  5. I love the sparkly trim and faux stitching. Thanks for playing along at JAI.

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  6. This is a lovely card, that stocking is such a lovely shape!

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  7. What a sweet card. I really like the glitter trim. Thanks for playing along at JAI this week.

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  8. Oooh aaaah I love the glittery bits! Great card Michelle. Thanks for playing with us this week.

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  9. I am loving these colours for Christmas cards! THis is a great card Michelle, thanks for joining us at JAI this week.

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